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Easy steps on how to insert or remove SIM card for Galaxy S9

One of the first things that any Galaxy S9 user needs to do when unboxing a Galaxy S9 is to insert a SIM card. This is especially important if you have the GSM version of the Galaxy S9. Having a SIM card allows one to start using his or her network’s services in order to call, texts, or use the internet. Make sure that you have a nano SIM card to use in your Galaxy S9. If your current SIM card is not the nano type, it will not fit into the SIM card slot. Be sure to talk to your carrier on how to get a nano SIM card first.

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Steps on how to insert a SIM Card to your Galaxy S9

Inserting a SIM card to your Galaxy S9 can be done in 5 easy steps. If this is your first time to do it, be sure to follow the steps below:

  1. Prepare the ejector or ejection pin. This is the metal pin that comes with the phone when you first unboxed it. If you lost or misplaced it, you can use a paper clip instead.
  2. Using the ejection pin, carefully insert it into the hole on the SIM card or SD card tray.  This is located on top of the phone. Be sure not to pick the microphone hole which is also located on top.
  3. Once the SIM card or SD card tray pops out, gently pull it out.
  4. Place your SIM card to the tray.
  5. Insert the SIM card or SD card tray into the phone.

Steps on how to remove a SIM Card from your Galaxy S9:

Removing the SIM card from your Galaxy S9 is very similar to inserting one. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Before you remove the SIM card or SD card tray, be sure unmount the SD card if you placed in there previously. Doing so will prevent the SD card or your files from getting corrupted. To unmount the SD card, just go under Settings > Storage > More Options > Storage settings > SD Card > Unmount.
  2. Prepare the ejector or ejection pin. This is the metal pin that comes with the phone when you first unboxed it. If you lost or misplaced it, you can use a paper clip instead.
  3. Using the ejection pin, carefully insert it into the hole on the SIM card or SD card tray.  This is located on top of the phone. Be sure not to pick the microphone hole which is also located on top.
  4. Once the SIM card or SD card tray pops out, gently pull it out.
  5. Remove your SIM card to the tray.
  6. Insert the SIM card or SD card tray into the phone.

 


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